Increased interactions between R&I stakeholders in our societies require changes at research funding and performing organisations to accept inputs from citizens and organisations that used to be considered outsiders to the world of R&I. Co-Change inspires such changes by introducing new practices in the areas of research ethics, open access, citizen engagement, gender equality and science education.
2021. 07. 23. Responsible research assessment faces the acid test The University of Liverpool is planning to make lay-offs on the basis of controversial measures. How should the global movement for responsible research respond? - read the editorial appeared on Nature's portal.
2021. 07. 23. Brief Talk with Mila Grahovac The Co-Change Lab called RRizing Lab at the Faculty of Agriculture of the University of Novi Sad focuses on several RRI keys. In this interview, we are talking with Mila Grahovac about the steps that have been made for the implementation of gender equality at the faculty.
2021. 07. 05. Brief Talk with Donia Lasinger Donia Lasinger, deputy managing director of Vienna Science and Technology Fund, is talking about the way gender equality and open science are being implemented to the funding guidelines of a small RFO.
- RRING Community Networking Event The event will provide a valuable networking opportunity for RRING Community members and a chance to engage directly with other RRING participants around salient issues.The goal is to begin a process of attempting to build sub-groups / networks on these issues within the RRING community.
- ORION Open Science Final Conference Join the final ORION Open Science Conference on 27-28 September to learn about and discuss achievements and lessons learned throughout the ORION project from 2017 to 2021. The conference is free of charge and open to anyone interested in Open Science and RRI practices, and its future national and international implications.
- SeeRRI Conference The SeeRRI Final Conference will bring together policymakers, regional stakeholders, researchers, members of SeeRRI and related projects, EU officials, citizens interested in the future of Europe, and speakers for knowledge-sharing and lively debates about the future of responsible regional planning and responsible research and innovation (RRI).
In the co-change labs we will have the possibility to use our knowledge from various responsible research projects and other activities in order to support the R&I actors in their daily work by co-creating tailor-made responsible research related tools and practices. By doing so, we can learn from our work with the stakeholders and engage in change from bottom up scenarios.More about change labs